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Newspaper: Queen Elizabeth has met all but one of America's presidents since World War II

The American newspaper, "The Wall Street Journal", said that Joe Biden has become the 13th US president that Queen Elizabeth meets, as the British Queen has met all American presidents since World War II, with the exception of only one, Lyndon Johnson.

The newspaper pointed out that Biden met the Queen at a reception on Friday for the leaders of the Group of Seven countries.

Biden will meet her again with his wife, Jill, on Sunday, for tea at Windsor Castle, and the newspaper said that in her nearly 70-year reign, the Queen has proven an important weapon in the British diplomatic warehouse, attracting US leaders in good times and not.

While still Princess Elizabeth, hosted by US President Harry Truman and her husband Prince Philip in 1951, since she became queen the following year, she has met every sitting president since Dwight Eisenhower, with the exception of Lyndon Johnson, giving her an unparalleled experience of the office's incumbents. successive ovals.

The 95-year-old is playing a diplomatic role again, as the United Kingdom hosts the G7 summit on the south coast of England, and she and her family hosted a reception for G7 leaders on Friday evening, the Wall Street Journal said.

US President Joe Biden gave British Prime Minister Boris Johnson a bicycle and a helmet during their first meeting in Cornwall, England.

According to Business Insider, the White House said the gift was presented as a gesture of friendship and in appreciation of their shared interest in cycling.